Prep girls basketball: Snohomish topples Jesuit, Oregon’s No. 1-ranked team

AUBURN — Snohomish’s Ally Schmitt and Katie Benson made a great first impression on Oregon’s Jesuit High School.

Schmitt scored 10 of her 12 points and Benson scored 10 of her 18 points in the first half as the Snohomish Panthers jumped out to a big lead and an eventual 50-40 non-conference victory over previously undefeated Jesuit at the Auburn Riverside Tournament Tuesday night.

“We had a really good start,” Snohomish head coach Ken Roberts. “We executed great.”

Jesuit, ranked No. 1 in Oregon’s Class 6A, couldn’t overcome a first-half deficit of 33-19.

“Ally Schmitt, defensively, she played great, and offensively she set (us up),” Roberts added of Snohomish’s quick start.

Emily Guthrie chipped in 14 points for Snohomish, which improved to 5-1 overall. The senior guard hit three of her four 3-pointers during Snohomish’s dominant first half. Benson, a 6-foot-1 senior forward, added 13 rebounds for the Panthers.

Jesuit fell to 7-1 overall.

“This is the best our team has executed all year,” Roberts said.

At Auburn Riverside H.S.



Snohomish—Wilson, Guthrie 14, Schmitt 12, Lampman 4, Keithley, Wayman 0, Timmerman 2, Berg 0, Benson 18, Bride 0, Balin 0. Jesuit—Bryer 6, Martin 6, Dixon 4, Taylor 4, Wellington 4, Brenner 16, Butz, Griffin, Lowe, Stach. 3-point goals—Guthrie 4, Lampman, Taylor. Records—Snohomish 5-1 overall. Jesuit 7-1.

West Valley 60, Edmonds-Woodway 59: At Edmonds, Edmonds-Woodway rebounded a missed free throw with five seconds to play but the Warriors desperation shot fell shiort in tyhe non-league game.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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West Valley—Larson 0, Martinez 3, Curry 0, Bealer 3, Curtis 12, Sillery 16, Richardson 16, Toner 10, Winfield 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Kasper 3, Butler 11, Kenney 5, Stafford 0, Singh 9, Nash 2, Albertson 7, Donaldson 6, Woods 16. 3-point goals—Toner 2, Curtis 1, Martinez 1, Kasper 1, Butler 1, Kenney 1, Singh 1, Woods 1. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 4-1 overall. West Valley 3-3.

Shorewood 50, Centralia 41: At Centralia, Lisa Echert sank a 3-pointer with 2:30 remaining in the contest to put Shorewood ahead 44-41. The Thunderbirds were able to sustain the lead at the free-throw line, making nine of 11 attempts in the fourth quarter. Taylor Nephew had 12 points and 11 rebounds, six of which were on the offensive end.

At Centralia H.S.



Shorewood—Fasbender 2, Echert 13, Bridges, Hasegawa, Farden 8, Lundquist 7, Nephew 12, Clark 4, England, Holley 4. Centralia—Rahn 5, Sande 5, Ambursy, Voetbert 2, Boyajian 6, Ja. Stray 6, Lawson 4, Ji. Stray 9, Milton 6. 3-point goals—Echert 2, Clark 1, Sande 1, Ji. Stray 2. Records—Shorewood 3-4 overall. Centralia not reported.

Monroe 43, Seattle Prep 32: At Bellevue, Monroe started hot with 16 first-quarter points and the Bearcats cooled off Seattle Prep in the second half, allowing just eight points, including just two in the fourth quarter. Monroe’s Emily Drivstuen led all scorers with 16 points.

At Bellevue Community College


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Monroe—Ohlsen 9, Brazel 5, Ojalehto 2, Drawsky 5, Robertson 4, Clark 3, Murphy 2, Drivstuen 16. Seattle Prep—McMillan 7, Jostol 5, Taylor 4, Luttinen 3, Filips 2, Blais 11, Brown 0, Willis 0. 3-point goals—Ohlsen 1. Records—Monroe 4-2 overall.

Jackson 58, Marysville-Pilchuck 44: At Marysville, M-P was able to hit only one field goal in the third quarter as Jackson pulled away to the non-league win. Kristin Stoffel led Jackson with 19 points. Britt Harris had 18 for M-P.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.



Jackson—Coacher, Sam 12, Feeney 9, K. McArthur, M. McArthur 7, Johnson 2, Bylsma, Guzman, King, Stoffel 19, Haataja 9. Marysville-Pilchuck—Cull 1, Martinis 2, Adams, K. Enberg 2, Oden 7, Harris 18, E. Enberg, Heckendorf 4, Pierce 10. 3-point goals— Sam 1, Feeney 2, M. McArthur 1. Records—Jackson 3-2 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-3.

Burlington-Edison 65, Shorecrest 53: At Burlington, Shorecrest’s Gloria Tseng scored 18 points on 7-for-9 shooting and Ashley Hagood scored 18 points while shooting 3-for-6 from 3-point range. But Burlington-Edison outscored Shorecrest 24-11 in the fourth quarter to take the non-conference victory.

At Burlington-Edison H.S.



Shorecrest—Axelson 1, Schrote 7, Tseng 18, Gleesener, Hagood 18, Molina, Towles 2, Richards, Uppinghouse 8, Matheson. Burlington-Edison—Arndt, Thoe 7, Breckenridge 11, Bingham, Nelson, Danison, Edwards 9, Stewart 7, Anderson 27, Younquist, Brown 4. 3-point goals—Hagood 3, Uppinghouse 1, Thoe, Breckenridge 3, Anderson. Records—Shorecrest 1-4 overall. Burlington-Edison 5-0.

Bishop Blanchet 62, Lynnwood 46: At Seattle, Laycee Hill scored 15 points, but Bishop Blanchet outscored Lynnwood 21-10 in the first quarter to take a non-conference victory.

At Bishop Blanchet H.S.



Lynnwood—Horton, Cross 4, Hella 6, Hill 15, Evans 5, Fajemisin 12, Eddy 3, Coates 1. Bishop Blanchet—Cabellaro 3, Hedeen 19, Alindogan 15, Marker 14, Ballantyne 10, Pearson 1. 3-point goals—Not recorded. Records—Lynnwood 2-3 overall. Bishop Blanchet 1-4.

Lake Stevens 55, Rogers 42: at Lake Stevens, the Vikings went on a 12-0 run in the second quarter and led the rest of the non-league contest. Meghan Warbis had 17 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and four steals for Lake Stevens.

At Lake Stevens H.S.


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Rogers—Cox 1, Williams 5, Wojtala 3, Jones 19, Kapsh, Ulufae, Van Den Berg, Campodone 4, Nix 10. L. Stevens—Goddard 2, Puha 2, Peterson, Bostwick 3, Warbis 17, Goddard 6, Burke 6, Molstre 2, Swain 5, Schumacher 12. 3-point goals—Wojtala 1, Schumacher 2. Records—Rogers not reported. Lake Stevens 3-3 overall.

Arlington 46, Squalicum 36: At Bellingham, Kyra Prause grabbed 10 rebounds and scored 16 points and Arlington outscored Squalicum 17-4 in the second quarter to take the non-conference victory.

At Squalicum H.S.



Arlington—Prause 16, Scheppele, Evans 4, Duncan, Kesselring 10, Murrin 2, Weber, Daggett 6, Schumck 4, Wilson 4. Squalicum—Horn 11, Follis 8, Stackhouse 2, Sytsma 2, Lion 7, Grattac 4, Kaui 2. 3-point goals—Horn 2, Lion. Records—Arlington 4-2 overall. Squalicum 5-2.

Lakewood 48, Fife 23: At Marysville, Anna Work had 11 steals and scored 17 points and Kayley Diggs grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Lakewood to the non-conference victory. Fife managed to score just eight points through the first three quarters against Lakewood’s defense.

At Lakewood H.S.



Fife—Woldman 8, Poole 2, Lubereski 2, Coley 7 1, Gremer 2, Rivera 2, Hutton, Beharndt, Baker. Lakewood—Hernandez 2, Wessell 5, Eby, Wiederkehr 4, Jocelyn Shafer 7, Ji. Shafer 2, Work 17, Mizell 5, Smith 2, Diggs 4,. 3-point goals—Coley, Joc. Shafer, Work. Records—Fife 2-4 overall. Lakewood 2-3.

King’s 43, Ironwood 35: At San Diego, King’s used an 11-2 run to start the fourth quarter to earn a third-place finish in the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam Tournament.

At San Diego



Ironwood—Am. Sanford 6, Au. Sanford 4, Hughes 12, Vidal 6, Gaume 1, Petersen 2, Wilson 4. King’s—Taylor 9, McCormick, D. Kirton 6, Wood 2, Friar 1, Storkson 6, J. Kirton 5, Cutright 5, McConnaughey 9. 3-point goals—Storkson 2, Taylor 1, Cutright 1. Record—King’s 4-3 overall.

Everett 56, Mountlake Terrace 49: At Everett, Alex MacCormac had 14 points and 11 rebounds in the non-league victory. Every player for Everett scored and the Seagulls outrebounded Mountlake Terrace 34-19 and collected 12 steals.

At Everett H.S.



Mountlake Terrace—Chikoore 3, Pingul 13, James 7, Bouche 15, Kristianson, Berry 5, Staley 3, Shook. Everett—Hope 14, Letourneau 11, Bell 7, MacCormac 14, Peel 2, Burton 5, Lauritzen 2, Taggart 2. 3-point goals—Hope 1, Bell 1, Pingul 2, James 1, Bouche 2. Records—Mountlake Terrace 0-5 overall. Everett 1-4.

White Pass 61, Shoreline Christian 39: At Raymond, White Pass hit 12 3-pointers to defeat Shoreline Christian at the Raymond Tournament. Angela DeKoekkoek led Shoreline Christian with 14 points in the loss. In a late game on Monday, Raymond High School defeated Shoreline Christian 37-29.

At Raymond H.S.

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White Pass—Eastman 13, Elliot 13, Gillespie 23, Mullins 4, Coleman 8. Shoreline Christian—Anderson 2, Hoskin, Daigneault 12, DeKoekkoek 14, Schneider 2, van der Giessen 1, Ott 4, Richards 4. 3-point goals—Eastman 2, Elliot 3, Gillespie 7, Daigneault. Record—White Pass not recorded. Shoreline 4-3 overall.

Darrington 45, Seattle Lutheran 38: At Seattle, Hailey Wales scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds to help Darrington roll to the non-conference victory.

At Seattle Lutheran H.S.


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Darrington—Fanning 4, H. Wales 19, Cousins 7, R. Wales 2, Baker 5, Pugh 8. Seattle Lutheran—Smart 8, Dunn 2, McCray 2, Antioquia 13, Williams 13. 3-point goals—Not reported. Records—Darrington 4-1 overall.

North Sound Christian 51, Australian Raiders 31: At Mountlake Terrace, North Sound Christian took a 31-8 halftime lead and the Lions’ Hannah Reymore and Melissa Castor each had 15 points, earning North Sound its first victory of the season.

At North Sound Christian H.S.

Aust. team261112—31

N. Sound922812—51

Australian team—Pearson, Tulloch, Ashboth 15, Day 8, Meikle 6, Schuts, Nicholson, Stockdale 2. North Sound Christian—Reymore 15, Jenness, Patterson, M. Castor 15, Oakland 6, Speck 9, Washio 2, Meeks 4, Vaughn, J. Castor. 3-point goals—M. Castor 3. Record—North Sound Christian 1-4 overall.

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